We all have one season that we look forward to the most for its gustatory experience. Summer, fall, winter, and spring all bring with them a certain “feeling,” and this feeling is tied inextricably to the different foods they offer. In this Food Fight column, the Argus Food staff takes on the ever-pressing question: which season gives the best culinary adventure?
Sarah Wolfe ’12 portrays Hecuba in her thesis presentation of “Lift Your Head”, a modern adaptation of Euridipes’ “The Trojan Woman”. Wolfe’s show features three actors playing Hecuba, her daughters, and Helen just after the destruction of Troy.
On Tuesday, Dec. 6, University faculty officially passed the Certificate in the Study of Education for a three-year pilot period.
Second Stage production 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, directed by Lily Martin, premiered in the WestCo Cafe on Thursday night.
This fall’s Theater Department show, “The Great God Brown” by Eugene O’Neill, opened Wednesday night in the CFA Theater. Directed by Professor Yuiry Kordonskiy, who usually teaches the Directing classes in the department, the show features the acting talents of Mandy Goldstone-Dahlin ’12, Jake Hunt ’12, Julian Silver ’12, Cat Lum ’12, Zach Libresco ’13, Paulie Lowther ’13, Emily Hunt ’13, Eli Timm ’13, Joey Mehling ’14 and Anna Sproule ’14.
Raise your hand if you went to middle school. Awesome, our hands should all be up. Now keep your hand up if you hated it. I would expect most hands to remain raised.
Campus band Men with Bad Manners played at Music House on Friday, September 16th.